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Alcohol by mail - Gang roundup in Sikeston - Global travel alert

The U.S. Postal Service wants Congress to overturn a law to allow them to deliver alcohol. The U.S. Postal Service wants Congress to overturn a law to allow them to deliver alcohol.
The Scott County Missouri grand jury indicted 30 suspected members of a local street gang in Sikeston. The Scott County Missouri grand jury indicted 30 suspected members of a local street gang in Sikeston.
The State Department warned American citizens of the potential for terrorism. The State Department warned American citizens of the potential for terrorism.

Good afternoon! Bob Reeves says there is a chance of rain starting this evening into tomorrow. He'll have the first forecast tonight at 5:05.

The FDA will now require a warning on bottles of the popular pain reliever acetaminophen. Find out why tonight at 5:00.

The U.S. Postal Service wants to deliver alcohol. Allison Twaits talked to some southern Illinois businesses who would profit from the venture.

The Scott County Missouri grand jury indicted 30 suspected members of a local street gang in Sikeston. 

The United States issued a global travel alert Friday, citing an al-Qaida threat. 

Reports show the unemployment rate fell to a 4½-year low in July.

Authorities have identified the suspect accused of using a stolen debit card, according to the SEMO Cyber Crimes Task Force.

An Eldorado man will spend life behind bars for the murder of a 4-year-old girl.

An Illinois lawmaker wants to change the state's new concealed-carry law to ban guns in places of worship.

The Illinois Fire Marshal says he's shelving a plan that would have required sprinklers to be added to all new home construction.

A Georgia man called 911 on a McDonald's. Find out why tonight at 5:12. 

The Cobden Peach Festival is an annual celebration of Union County's favorite fruit and we'll go there live at 5:20. This week's Heartland Cook's kitchen is always busy this time of year baking Peach Cobblers! 

Todd Richards will have more in sports on the Capahas season ending and the Cardinals prepare to take on the Reds.

Here is important information for our Dish Network viewers.

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